Career Opportunities


HRC employs a talented and diverse staff of over 300 dedicated employees who provide services to people with developmental disabilities and their families.

Click on the position title that interests you to learn more about the position and for instructions for submitting your resume.


Director of Community Services

The Director of Community Services is responsible for managing the successful delivery of community-based services for people with developmental disabilities and their families, through oversight of the Center’s clinical services as well as resource development, quality improvement, training or other service provider relations activities pursuant to the Lanterman Act and applicable state regulations as well as the policies established by the Harbor Regional Center Board of Trustees.


Service Coordinator

Harbor Regional Center is seeking applicants for the position of Service Coordinator.
Under the direction of a Client Services Manager, the Service Coordinator provides case management services for people with developmental disabilities and their families. The Service Coordinator’s major responsibilities include:


Clinical Psychologist

Exciting opportunity for clinical psychologists for part-time contracts to perform psychological evaluations in a dynamic social service agency serving children and adults with developmental disabilities. We have a particular need for bilingual psychologists in the languages of Spanish, Korean, Khmer, Arabic, Japanese, and ASL.


Spanish Speaking Clinical Psychologist

Exciting opportunity for Spanish Speaking Clinical Psychologists for full or part-time contracts in a dynamic social service agency serving the developmentally disabled.



Job Description

The Nurse participates as a member of a multidisciplinary team addressing the ongoing health needs of HRC clients residing in multiple environments:

Provide information, guidance and support to service coordinators in regards to health and medical related client issues


Assistive Technology Specialist

The primary responsibility of the Assistive Technology Specialist is to conduct evaluations to determine the equipment needs and accommodations for Harbor Regional Center clients. The secondary responsibility is to develop, organize and instruct the classes offered in the computer lab.



Family Support Coordinator

The Family Support Coordinator assists families and clients to understand what resources and supports are available to them and how they may obtain them. In addition, the Family Support Coordinator assists in the general function of the Resource Center under the direction of the Resource Center Manager and Assistant Manager.

This is a full-time position working Monday-Friday, 8:30 – 5:00 pm at our Long Beach office location. This position requires the flexibility to attend occasional after hours events or Saturday event.